"All Christians who make the advancement of God's kingdom their highest priority will profit from this book." (Christian Home and School)
"With unusual competence in both psychology and Scripture, Van Leeuwen brings fresh insights to crucial questions." (Alvera Mickelsen, board chair, Christians for Biblical Equality)
About the Author
Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen is professor of psychology and philosophy at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania. She taught at Calvin College (Grand Rapids, Michigan) for many years, and she has been a senior editor of Christianity Today.
Currently she is a contributing editor for Books & Culture.
Van Leeuwen has written, cowritten, and contributed to several books, including The Psychology of Intergroup Relations
(with L. Kidder, McGraw-Hill, 1975), The Person in Psychology
(Eerdmans, 1985), After Eden
(one of several contributors, Eerdmans, 1993), Religion, Feminism & the Family
(co-editor, Westminster John Knox, 1996), The Family Handbook
(co-editor, Westminster John Knox, 1998) and Women and the Future of the Family
(with Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Mardi Keyes and Stanley Grenz, Baker, 2000).